Drawing out the charming qualities of watercolour and marker pens, Charline Picard creates endearing illustrations full of colour and life.¬†Keeping to simple compositions and focusing on good drawing, she brings out the best in her materials.
Marcel George’s decorative illustrations makes good use of the vibrancy of watercolour. With brush strokes moving from being bold and heavy to delicate, he adorns his work with pattern and detail.
A delicate touch and eye for subtle colour combinations bring the¬†the various items and people Holly Exley illustrates to life.
Her watercolours showcase the best of the traditional medium while managing to stay fresh and modern.
Felicita Sala’s work is full of life and colour, and given depth by the way she uses her materials. Felicita talks to us about her technique and the road that brought her to working in freelance illustration after having started on a completely different career path.
Get lost in the delicately illustrated watercolour foliage by¬†Vikki Chu. But don’t let your guard down, there’s a host of creatures in there, and teeth and claws too!
Vikki’s work is rich with detail, filling her images with glorious flora and fun fauna. We really like her inky marks, but she’s just as good with a pencil or working digitally.
In the cheerfully colourful illustrations by Laura Callaghan, sumptuous patterns are placed edge to edge with one another. This creates a rich¬†look thick with details to pour over.
When Laura creates her work, she really gives her viewers a treat. Every inch is full of bright, decorative elements, from the counter top of a diner to an unassuming vase or curtain in the background.
Filipino artist¬†Gel Jamlang brings something new and interesting to the table with her watercolour illustrations. Using what can often be seen as a more traditional medium, Gel creates her images through a twisted lens, resulting in beautifully warped objects and figures.